Is your garden a winter wildlife haven?
We tend to spend a lot less time in our gardens during winter, but that isn’t necessarily the case for our local wildlife. As well as visiting your garden in search of food, wildlife will also use it as a place to hibernate during the colder months if you’re providing the right conditions.
If you’d like to make your garden wildlife-friendly this season, check out this fab infographic from Oeco Garden Rooms. It includes a helpful guide to good (and bad) food sources for your local wildlife, as well as some great tips on what you need in your garden to create a winter wildlife haven.
So many great tips! I love the idea of creating a little log pile to provide an insect food source for our garden visitors; I’m also delighted that I never got round to giving the lawn a final mow, as we have the perfect untidy patch of shelter now! Which parts of your garden are a haven for winter wildlife?
Collaborative post, working with Oeco Garden Rooms